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Post-Natal Depression

Dr. Dalton, author of "Guide to Progesterone for Post-Natal Depression", states that:

At delivery of the baby, the placenta (which produces Progesterone) is also delivered, and there is a sudden alteration in the levels of all hormones. The new mother must abruptly adjust to the complete absence of Progesterone after nine months of continuous and plentiful supply. It is suggested that some women find this alteration of Progesterone difficult to tolerate and react with the development of postnatal depression.

NATURAL, not synthetic, Progesterone supplementation may prevent anxiety and other postnatal symptoms and may even be combined with other prescribed medication.

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